Monday, November 11, 2013

FAA History Lesson -- November 11, 2008

From the Update to FAA Historical Chronology 1997-2012 (A .pdf file)

" The new Indianapolis International Airport opened. Construction funds came from $120 million in federal grants, airport revenue bonds, and passenger head taxes. More than 1,100 residences were bought for the $220 million project, which started in 1987. Parallel runways opened in the 1990s, and after 9/11, the terminal design changed to accommodate improved security. A new air traffic control tower and TRACON opened in 2006."

Don Brown
November 11, 2013

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